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Jameis Winston - The Difference Between a Big Play and a Huge Play

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35 minutes ago, Chas said:

Winston is not someone who should be speaking with any authority on what huge plays for the offense look like. He does have plenty of experience on what they look like for the defense though.

Winston played well yesterday that loss was on the special teams as a matter of fact he's played well the last 4 games ....

 

 

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19 minutes ago, NNUD28 said:

Winston played well yesterday that loss was on the special teams as a matter of fact he's played well the last 4 games ....

There were many players to finger for the loss, but Winston completing only 47% makes it hard to place him too high on the played well list yesterday.

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5 hours ago, bucs63 said:

There were many players to finger for the loss, but Winston completing only 47% makes it hard to place him too high on the played well list yesterday.

I think the OLine had a lot to do with Winston's completion rate.  He was playing pretty decently during the first half.  Not making excuses for him but that guy was under pressure even before he finished is drop backs half the time.   But whatever, this whole team seemed to have just quit after the blocked punt.

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37 minutes ago, Dunn_Deal28 said:

Also, this whole 'fight' thing is being so overblown. They exchanged a few words. That kind of stuff happens all the time. 

Flip the score, if the Bucs win the game the story is how Jameis is scolding his center, being a leader.

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